While many adore Evangelion Unit-01 but not everyone is a fan of crybaby Shinjin. If you are an Evangelion fan who leans towards a stronger character, then perhaps this collab between the ASUS Republic of Gamers (ROG), featuring Asuka and her mecha Evangelion Unit-02, may be right up your alley.
A gaming laptop does not actually let you gamine anywhere. It lacks a critical component for gaming anywhere: a desk. That’s not to mention laptops usually lack the raw power of a PC. This age-old dilemma of gaming laptops or gaming desktops remains, well, that’s until BASE comes along.
As expected, there is a holy grail of Apple M2 silicon, the M2 Ultra. The chip is the result of fusing two M2 Max chips. The result is a faster CPU (duh) and GPU (duh, again), and also support for even more unified memory, up to 192 GB.
Wouldn’t it be nice to have a mini PC with a top cover that is also a Qi wireless charger? That would help in decluttering a desktop, IMHO, and if you have been wishing for such a device, well then, your dream has just come true. Folks, meet the new ASUS Chromebox 5.
Apple has recently revealed two next-generation SoCs (system on a chip), the M2 Pro and M2 Max, and a couple of new products that are equipped with this new M2 chip. As expected, the M2 Pro and M2 Max have more processing power, including graphics processing power, and support up to a whopping 96 GB …
The concept of a station in which you can fully immerse yourself in gaming or just using the computer isn’t new. But I have to admit, save for Razer’s proposition, the ones that we have seen so far are kind of sad because they revolved around beds with snacks or a reclining chair with snacks.
Xiaomi is known for smartphones, laptops, tablets, and more. Now, it wants to have a piece of the desktop PC market too, starting with the Xiaomi Mini PC. Looking like an Android TV Box and probably size about one, the palm-size Xiaomi Mini PC is the brand’s first-ever desk PC.
If the toilet gaming PC gives you undue anxiety, well then the Metalfish Y2 Fish Tank PC Case is not for you. Hell, it is probably not for anyone. It is never a good idea to have electronics in such close proximity to liquid, whether or not the water source is probably sealed.
LEGO has commissioned many custom builds to promote products and/or celebrate certain events but this Halloween, the Danish toymaker took on a very different route. It built a monster, one-off brick-built gaming PC with an enclosure made out of LEGO bricks.
This custom PC build is so good that we just want you to look at the videos yourself and take it all in. Norway-based tinkerer Nerdforge has teamed up with a Canada-based tech channel on YouTube, Linus Tech Tips, to create a one-of-a-kind custom PC.